DBT`s regulatory framework is reflected in an access obligation approved by the CAQ that defines the conditions of access to the terminal and in a standard access agreement (ASA) under which customers conclude access to DBT. Applicants should refer to the Commission`s guide to the submission of applications for certification and the certification guide, which are available below. Applications should be sent by e-mail (MS Word and PDF) to the Council in dbct@ncc.gov.au on paper at the following address: Annex 3 – Transport Infrastructure Act 1994 (PDF), 1.97 MB) Application for Certification, December 2010 (PDF, 3.23 MB) Annex 2 – Timetable – Standard User Agreement (PDF, 434 KB) Among the main risk reduction mechanisms currently implemented in the AU and ASA, include: Appendix 1 – Queensland Competition Authority Act 1997 (PDF, 848KB). The Queensland Treasurer is responsible for the management of the CAQ Act, which contains the declaration of a statement regarding DBT`s services. The current declaration regarding DBT was extended by 10 years in June 2020, which expires in September 2030. . The obligation of access is reviewed every five years by the CAQ. The current AU expires on July 1, 2021. After considering the applications on request, the Council will issue a draft recommendation and provide a further opportunity to take a public position before making its final recommendation to the Commonwealth Minister. DBT`s regulatory system is supported by the contractual framework which aims to minimise volume risk, loss of users and non-payment of users by DBI. Certification Application Guide (PDF, 419KB) Submissions – DBCTNational Competition CouncilGPO Box 250Melbourne VIC 3001.

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